Examples of doping in a Sentence
increased efforts to detect doping at the Olympic Games
Recent Examples of doping from the Web
Then there’s the fact that cycling fans are starved for good news: incessant doping scandals aside, Belgian rider Michael Goolaerts died tragically of cardiac arrest during this very race.
Billed as an examination of the dark side of soccer, The Net aims to portray not just the luxury and glamour but also the world of corruption, organized crime doping and money laundering that have tainted the modern game.
How will Russia, which has steadfastly denied allegations of systematic doping in the previous Winter Olympics in Sochi despite evidence to the contrary, respond to the sanctions?
Olasz, 24, was a last-minute addition to the Rio Olympics field because a Russian swimmer was disqualified for doping.
The Russian government has repeatedly undermined Rodchenkov’s claims about the complex doping scheme that has been corroborated by several investigations and that led to a ban of the Russian Olympic Committee from this year’s Olympics.
The scale of Russia’s doping scheme was revealed after Grigory Rodchenkov, the former head of its antidoping laboratory, became a whistle-blower.
Ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, the International Olympic Committee suspended Russia from competing due to a systematic, widespread doping scheme.
In 2012, after the United States Anti-Doping Agency accused him and his teammates of doping, he was stripped of his Tour de France titles.
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DOPING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doping for English Language Learners
: the illegal use of a drug (such as a steroid) to improve an athlete's performance
medical Definition of doping
- … nearly two dozen athletes … have been banned from the Olympics in the last two weeks for doping violations.
- —Philip Hersh, The Chicago Tribune, 8 Aug. 2008
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